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Raytracing Error Message
PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2005 1:54 pm Reply with quote
Nikos Michailidis
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Hello everybody !


I have two questions, if anyone could help.


1. In Raytracing when the LSP file is of the *.spk format it works as expected. The problem appears when I substitute the LSP with one of the arrayable type (*.dll file format). It performs the raytracing but at the conclusion of the calculations, when it should open the trace file (*.trc), the following error message appears: *EASETrace_DLL Inform:Open Impact File Loudspeaker Displaced*.


2. Has anyone a solution to port the MeyerSound M1D and MM4 LSPs for EASE 4.0?


Thanks in advance.


Re: Raytracing Error Message
PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2005 1:32 pm Reply with quote
Stefan
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>error message appears: *EASETrace_DLL Inform:Open Impact File Loudspeaker Displaced*.


As always: PLEASE, PLEASE, send the project and the sequence of steps to reproduce. We will gladly try to fix the error quickly.


>2. Has anyone a solution to port the MeyerSound M1D and MM4 LSPs for EASE 4.0?


I am not aware of any recent official MeyerSound data for EASE. You might want to try to contact MeyerSound directly, maybe they can help.


Stefan

Re: Raytracing Error Message
PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2005 4:42 pm Reply with quote
Nikos Michailidis
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Hi Stefan,

Thank you for your answer. Please find the project, steps & error messages you requested attached to my e-mail message at ease@auralisation.de.

Best Regards

Nikos


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